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Ikea fined $1.3 million over spying campaign in France
World

Ikea fined $1.3 million over spying campaign in France

VERSAILLES, France (AP) — A French court ordered home furnishings giant Ikea to pay some 1.1 million euros ($1.3 million)…
Analysis: White House, US companies could agree on 25% tax rate, officials, business groups say
World

Analysis: White House, US companies could agree on 25% tax rate, officials, business groups say

Reuters) – President Joe Biden has championed raising the US corporate tax rate to 28 percent from 21 percent as…
Sisi, top US companies discuss investment in Egypt
Egypt

Sisi, top US companies discuss investment in Egypt

  Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi met with representatives of major US-based companies on Tuesday, to discuss their investment opportunities in…
Oxfam: Corporations deprive Africa of $11 billion yearly in taxes
Business

Oxfam: Corporations deprive Africa of $11 billion yearly in taxes

Multinational companies deprive African governments of $11 billion in taxes each year, and G7 world leaders should set up a…
Topless protesters detained at elite Davos forum, trying to call attention to poor
Egypt

Topless protesters detained at elite Davos forum, trying to call attention to poor

Three topless Ukrainian protesters were detained Saturday while trying to break into an invitation-only gathering of international CEOs and political…
Injaz Egypt teaches children to ‘Dare to Dream’
Life & Style

Injaz Egypt teaches children to ‘Dare to Dream’

Developing the capabilities of Egyptian youths so that they can prosper in the job market is one of the country's…
Cabinet think tank: Corporate bankruptcy up 235 percent
Business

Cabinet think tank: Corporate bankruptcy up 235 percent

Corporate bankruptcy in Egypt rose 235.3 percent during the first five months of 2011, with 57 companies declaring bankruptcy as…
Finance experts warn against trading shares of corrupt officials
Business

Finance experts warn against trading shares of corrupt officials

Investment experts have warned investors against conducting transactions that involve shares owned by persons being investigated for corruption. Mohsen Adel,…
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